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The Wireless Networking Adapter enhances your Xbox360 experience, synchronizing with the Xbox 360. Easily transfer videos & music to your Xbox 360 system from your PC & play games via Xbox Live.

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#1
Think about a Wireless Ethernet Bridge instead. Something like this.

http://www.broadbandstuff.co.uk/product_info.php?sku=SMC_SMCWEBT-G_EZ_Connect_Wireless_Ethernet_Bridge&products_id=524

£37.00 and does exactly the same.
#2
i saw these for £42.99 in game in brent cross
#3
thedynasty
i saw these for £42.99 in game in brent cross


Me too, but in stockport
#4
Alternatively you can pay a lot less for a Wireless Access Point, put it in client mode, and connect it to an Ethernet port - I got this one from eBuyer for £14.99, but now £17.49+P&P http://www.ebuyer.com/product/132431 - and been using it very happily with my original Xbox .
#5
These things are such a rip off! They should be selling them for £20 tops.

I'd recommend the WAP, but be aware it's mains powered so you'll need an extra plug socket.
#6
I thought this was RRP???
#7
Nope, RRP is a staggering £59.99! They're £29.99 second-hand in Blockbuster stores.
#9
I'm tempted to buy one of these but are they any good? Would I be better off and a lot cheaper using a RJ45 cable??

Any advice would be appreciated :)
[helper]#10
Lady Patch
I'm tempted to buy one of these but are they any good? Would I be better off and a lot cheaper using a RJ45 cable??

Any advice would be appreciated :)


Depends on your setup - if it is practical to use a cable, then use a cable - its likely to be more reliable and a fair bit cheaper.

However if your modem is in a different room or upstairs/downstairs then the MS adaptor works well and just plugs into the usb port at the back of the xbox (no seperate power lead needed)
#11
yeah use rj45......works gr8,why pay ott for official wireless??? just unplug lead when offline and you have no wires trailing around again
#12
[I]my belkin wireless is a pain in the ****!!! having to use rj45 because of mtu failure
#13
this is why ive always been against xbox - my ps3, psp, ds and wii all connext fine to the internet the same way my and my brother and mums laptops do - a wireless router.

so why when i had an xbox briefly it wouldnt let me connect wirelessly?
#14
Use your wireless laptop if you have - ICS straight thru - £50 is obscene and the price its been from the start.

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